Talking with a person leads to a nice open conversation. Let an intended target of TAC be “in control” through their questions. In reality, when using “Jury Talk” a person is in complete control without taking away the illusion of control from the intended target. With this, continue “Listening” so a proper response can come out. All together, this works to a very strong advantage for conversationalists.
By listening to respond, correctly, helps guide jury talk into a purposeful direction. Keeping answers short, it leads to more questions on the target’s side. When talking with a person it keeps that conversation to an open standard. No pressure on either side. Jury Talk secret is leading the conversation through giving answers based on where you want to lead it. Since you are answering the questions, it only brings your target to give a follow up question.
So with How to say it, when to say it and why to say it controlling an outcome of any conversation rely on rule number 3 “Why To Say It”. This is all about direction. Know what you want from a conversation with another person. Having more of a direction going in gives a better foundation for when you come out of that conversation. This is all about Networking. Networking is 1 Need of the 3 Needs of Success.
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